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Chris Wood isn't ready to leave the CW just yet. The Vampire Diaries, Carrie Diaries and Containment alum is joining the cast of Supergirl as a series regular in Season 2 this fall. TVLine first reported the news that Wood will be playing a "surprise DC character," though specific details about how... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Chris Wood Supergirl
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Fans of The Vampire Diaries were clearly worried with news of Ian Somerhalder leaving the hit The CW series. When Nina Dobrev announced that she is leaving TVD to focus on her other projects, many thought that this would be the end for the series. Show More Summary
Chris Wood suits up for this exclusive photo from our new Just Jared Portrait Session. The 28-year-old actor, best known for his work on The Carrie Diaries and The Vampire Diaries, is starring on the new CW series Containment, premiering on Tuesday night (April 19) at 9/8c. In the series, a mysterious and deadly epidemic [...]
There has been a lot of speculation about how much longer The Vampire Diaries can carry on. Many believed (or hoped) that the series would end after season 6, when Nina Dobrev announced that was when she was making her own departure....Show More Summary
The Carrie Diaries‘ alumna Lindsey Gort and Betsy Beutler (You’re The Worst) have been cast opposite Nick Zano and Ross Kimball in Real Good People, CBS' multi-camera comedy project, written/executive produced by writer-actress Stephnie Weir and executive produced by Greg Garcia. Show More Summary
Here's Mac Demarco’s 'Salad Days' surrounded by greenery and an ashtray full of stubbed-out cigarettes, and trinkets and diary notes dotted around Sufjan Stevens’ 'Carrie & Lowell.'
Previously on The Vampire Diaries, Damon tried to come to grips with killing Elena by toeing the line between shutting off his feelings and feeling everything, Caroline learned that the twins she is carrying are siphons as they slowly began draining her of her blood, and Enzo freed the huntress. Show More Summary
LisaGay Hamilton (House Of Cards) and The Carrie Diaries‘ alumna Stefania LaVie Owen are set as series regulars opposite Hugh Laurie on Hulu’s drama series Chance, from Fox 21 TV Studios. Based on Kem Nunn's 2014 novel, Chance is described...Show More Summary
The Carrie Diaries creator Amy B. Harris has come on board as executive producer and showrunner of Designated Survivor, ABC’s straight-to-series conspiracy thriller drama starring Kiefer Sutherland. Written on spec by David Guggenheim...Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Friday, January 29 & Saturday, January 30. All times are Eastern. Top pick The Vampire Diaries (CW, 8 p.m., Friday): In her review of the fall finale, Carrie Raisler admirably summed up the almost-but-not-quite...Show More Summary
Men once etched diary entries, rhymes, and souvenir maps on the horns used to carry their gunpowder.
While the Most Shocking Revelation Award on last week's The Vampire Diaries certainly goes to Caroline with Alaric being her future fiance and the possibility that she's carrying his twins with Jo, the dynamic between Lily and her boys...Show More Summary
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Season 7 of The Vampire Diaries continues with an episode that focuses on a Halloween dance, several resurrection attempts and a look at Alaric?s future. As Damon tries to fix the Oscar situation, Stefan and Caroline are tasked with babysitting Nora and Mary Louise at the college?s Halloween party. Show More Summary
Lily still has Elena's coffin. She won't tell Damon where she is keeping Elena until Oscar returns home. There's just one problem, Valerie has killed Oscar -- oopsie! "I Carry Your Heart with Me" opens three years into the future of The Vampire Diaries. Show More Summary
“I Carry Your Heart With Me” is an episode of full of almost. It almost finds the right balance between the new characters and old favorites. It almost overcomes some of the narrative obstacles the show set for itself in the previous episode. Show More Summary
Heretics at a Whitmore College ball -- what could possibly go wrong there? (Everything, probably.) Stefan and Caroline are headed to the Heaven & Hell ball in The Vampire Diaries' "I Carry Your Heart With Me" to distract the girls.Also...Show More Summary
The Heretics have arrived in full force and it will be an all-out war between the Zombies and the Heretics. The coming episode of "Vampire Diaries" titled 'I Carry Your Heart With Me,' puts Damon right into the hands of the Heretics as Stefan and Caroline try to distract him.